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1995: Volume 11

No. 1 | No. 2 | No. 3 | No. 4


Vol. 11, No. 1

The Global Brain as an Emergent Structure from the Worldwide Computing Network, and Its Implications for Modeling. [Abstract]
Gottfried Mayer-Kress and Cathleen Barczys

National Technology Policy and Computer Production in Asia-Pacific Countries. [Abstract]
Jason Derrick and Kenneth L. Kraemer

Organizational Computing Frameworks: Progress and Needs. [Abstract]
Clyde W. Holsapple, and Wenhong Luo

Audio Informational Services and the Electronic Media Environment. [Abstract]
David Atkin

Vol. 11, No. 2

Privacy Issues and the Creation of Campaign Mailing Lists. [Abstract]
Mary J. Culnan and Priscilla M. Regan.

Meetings of the Clans: Projecting the Information Spectrum in Papua New Guinea. [Abstract]
John Evans

The Role of "Help Networks" in Facilitating Use of CSCW Tools. [Abstract]
J.D. Eveland, Anita Blanchard, William Brown, and Jennifer Mattocks

Computerization and Changes to Infrastructures for Knowledge Work. [Abstract]
Karen Ruhleder.

Exploring the Adoption of Bulletin Board Services. [Abstract]
Laura Lally.

Vol. 11, No. 3

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief 11(3)

Special Section: Computer Supported Cooperative Work

Helping CSCW Applications Succeed: The Role of Mediators in the Context of Use. [Abstract]
Kazuo Okamura, Masayo Fujimoto, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and JoAnne Yates

Working with "Constant Interruption": CSCW and the Small Office. [Abstract]
Mark Roucefield, Stephen Viller, John A. Hughes and Tom Rodden

Making It Work: A Field Study of a "CSCW Network. [Abstract]
John Bowers

Information Feudalism in The Information Society: An International Journal. [Abstract]
Peter Drahos.

Ethics and the Privacy of Electronic Mail. [Abstract]
Erini Doss and Michael C. Loui

Vol. 11, No. 4

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief 11(4)

Special Issue: Electronic Journals and Scholarly Publishing

Controversies About Electronic Journals and Scholarly Communications: An Introduction.
Rob Kling

Consensus Journals: Invitational Journals Based upon Peer Review. [Abstract]
David S. Stodolsky.

Electronic Journals and Legitimate Media in the Systems of Scholarly Communication. [Abstract]
Rob Kling and Lisa Covi

Electronic Journals: Neither Free nor Easy. [Abstract]
Fytton Rowland.

Stevan Harnad's 'Subversive Proposal': Kick-Starting Electronic Scholarship - A Summary and Analysis. [Abstract]
Doug Brent

The PostGutenburg Galaxy: How to Get There from Here. [Abstract]
Stevan Harnad.

Cyberplatonism: An Inadequate Constitution for the Republic of Science. [Abstract]
Steve Fuller.

Sorting the Esoterica from the Exoterica: There's Plenty of Room in Cyberspace - A Response to Fuller. [Abstract]
Stevan Harnad.

Cybermaterialism, or Why There is No Free Lunch in Cyberspace. [Abstract]
Steve Fuller.

The Spiders in the Web: An Satirical Look at the Development of the World Wide Web. [Abstract]
Robin Peek.

Book Reviews

The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age, by Birkerts.
Reviewed by Robert Newsom

The Electronic Word: Democracy, Technology, and the Arts, by Lanham.
Reviewed by Robert Newsom

Global Networks: Computers and International Communication, by Harasim.
Reviewed by Leslie Regan Shade


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